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Chiefs Offseason 2012: Kansas City Signs Free Agent WR Aaron Weaver

The Kansas City Chiefs appear to be far from finished making moves this offseason. They have added yet another player to their roster.

On Tuesday, the Chiefs announced that they have signed free agent wide receiver Aaron Weaver. Here is what the official press release has to say about Weaver:

Weaver (6-2, 220) transferred to Syracuse in 2010 after Hofstra eliminated its football program. Prior to his time with Syracuse, Weaver played three seasons with the Pride. His career numbers include 26 games played, 141 receptions for 1,504 yards (10.6 avg.) and nine touchdowns. While at Hofstra, he led the team in receptions in 2009 and earned second-team All-Colonial Athletic Association honors in 2008 after leading the Pride in receptions, punt return and kickoff return average and all purpose yards. Born in Long Island, N.Y., Weaver prepped at Baldwin High School, where he served as a team captain.

The team will be hoping that Weaver can impress in the months leading up to the 2012 season and provide additional depth at wideout.

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